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playschool

an informal nursery group taking preschool children in half-day sessions
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The police will reportedly talk to other kids of the playschool to investigate if there are more victims of assault.
When the girl's parents approached the police with a written complaint, the child was taken to the playschool where she identified Vikas, the owner's son, as the culprit.
Lee Brumwell has run a number of fundraising events in aid of Telford Playschool over the past year, including a ladies auction night, a Christmas tombola and a raffle at the school's annual 'race night' evening.
CUTLINE: Toys that spark a child's imagination, such as Legos, are always a hit, said Anne Changaris of the Grafton Center Playschool.
I know what he's capable of and I expected flames to be billowing from the playschool window come 10.
He said: "This building is currently operating as a playschool for half of the week and a clinic for mothers and their babies for the other half of the week.
The Magic Roundabout was second in the BBC poll, followed by Mr Benn and Playschool in joint third place.
Toddlers and their mums have been thrown out of a playschool in a row about rent arrears.
Also celebrating was former Playschool presenter Floella Benjamin OBE who was awarded the Special Award for outstanding creative contribution to children's film and television.
Zoe said: "Dad was presenting Playschool the day I was born.
Thomas Booth, as professional engineer and former vice president of operations for Samsonite Luggage Division, Beatrice Companies and Playschool Inc.
Work on the new premises will include the refurbishment and extension of a vacant building at Shaws Court which had previously been used as a children s playschool.